Dine for a Cause at The Cooper
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – The Cooper is making it easy to take action this April during World Autism Awareness month. Gather with your family and friends for a meal at the Palm Beach Gardens restaurant, and you’ll be helping people in our community who have autism spectrum disorder.
On Sunday, April 8, The Cooper is hosting the third annual Dine for a Cause to benefit Autism Speaks of Palm Beach County. The Cooper will donate 10 percent of sales from that day to the organization. Autism Speaks is the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization. It is dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and a cure for autism.
The one-day fundraiser means more to the staff at The Cooper than simply supporting a charity, it’s personal. Bobby Venetianer, the restaurant’s Director of Community Outreach, has a child on the spectrum. “With the prevalence of autism, most of us know someone who is on the spectrum, or a family that has been affected. The Cooper is proud to help raise funds and awareness, and hopefully change some lives,” said Venetianer.
Being an advocate for autism couldn’t be easier. Just enjoy a meal at The Cooper on April 8, and you can help fund solutions for individuals with autism and support for their families – right here at home.
The Cooper, Craft Kitchen & Bar
The Cooper is a farm-to-table restaurant specializing in the finest foods and beverages sourced, whenever possible, from local farms, food artisans, small-batch distillers, and craft brewers. The Cooper provides a warm, upscale dining experience, mixing sustainable seasonal dishes with an innovative take on classic American cuisine. The Cooper is located at 4610 PGA Boulevard in PGA Commons. Visit The Cooper online at thecooperrestaurant.com or call (561) 622-0032.